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A kief) when I w?Jk* ia-th? mobile; ? j
A UM wheo I ?o to bed, 7; 1 ?.
A kl?* when I burn my ungern.
A kia* whan X bump my head.
A kiss when my bath ia'toVerv ?
. A kiss when my bath bogiria;
My mamma ia foll of kisses- *
Aa full as nurso fa of pina-;1
A kiaa whan I play wit h tb? rattle, .
A kiss when I pull lier hair; '
Sho covered me over with kisses
Tho day that I foll down stair.
A kiss when I give her trouble, I
A kies when 1 give ber joy; ,
Ther?Vnothing like mamma's kisasoa
In her own little baby boy.
Two Be&a Women Come io Mj?fkrV?
In Ibo Bummer of 1861,' newspaper
readers were ibid of the discovery in lae
North Biver of tho body of a female
which had been tied to a barrel of pitch
and rolled into the river from a> Jersey
City pier. Months and years hfcv? passed
and the mystery is still'unraveled. A
few days before the death of Inspeotor
James Leonard, in conversation with a
prominent writer, he told the following
remarkable story which we fiad in the
March number of the Galaxy:
One spring morning, during the first
year of the war, a barrel of pitch was
found to have disappeared from a Jersey
City pier, and the porter in oharge when
reporting the fact to his employers, took
occasion to speak of tho river thieves ia
no very complimentary terms.
On the same day, Ada Richard, a wo?
man of nomadic habits and dubious sta?
tus, bat of marvellous beauty, suddenly
left her hotel in New York, without tak?
ing the trouble .to announce her depart?
ure or state her destination. The dorks
of the house only remarked that some
women had queer ways.
A few days after these simultane?os
events, the same porter who had mourned
the lost pitch, happening to look down
from the end. of his pier when the tide
was out, saw a small and shapely human
foot protruding above the waters of the
North Biver. It was a singular circum?
stance, for the bodies of the drowned
never float in such fashion; but the por?
ter not stopping to speculate upon it,
procured the necessary assistance, and
proceeded to land the body. It came np
unusually heavy, and when at last
brought to the surface, was found to bc
made fast by a r. po around the waist to
the missing barrel of pitch. Thero was
a gag securely fastened in the mouth,
and these two circumstances wero posi?
tive evidences that murder had been
When tbs body was landed upon the
pier, it was found to be in a tolerable
state of preservation, although there
were conclusive signs that it had been in
the water for some time. It was the
body of a female, entirely nude, with the
exception of an embroidered linen che?
mise and one lisle thread stocking, two
sizes larger than the foot, but exactly
fitting the full rounded,limb. The face
and the contour of the form, were there?
fore fully exposed to examination, and
proved to be those of a woman who must
nave been very handsome. There was the
cicatrice of an old wound on a lower
limb, but otherwise there was no spot or
blemish npon the body.
In due time the body was buried; but
the head was removed, and preserved ' rt
the office of the oity physician, with the
hope that it might be the means of esta?
blishing the identity of the dead, and
leading to the detection of the mur?
The police on both sides of the river
were intensely interested in the case, but
they fonnd themselves impotent before
that head of a woman, wno seemed to
have never been seen upon earth in life.
They could do nothing, therefore, but
wait patiently for whatever developments
time might bring.
Chance finally led to the desired iden?
tification. A gentleman who had known
her intimately for two years, happening
to see the head, at once declared it to be
that of Ada Richard. The detectives
eagerly clutched at this thread, and were
soon in possession of the coincidence in
time of her disappearance and that of
the barrel of pitch to whioh the body
was lashed. They further found that,
since that time she had not been seen
in the city, nor conld any trace of her
be discovered in other sections of the
country throngh correspondence with
the police authorities of distant cities.
They had, thus, a woman lost and a
body fonnd, and the case was consi?
dered to be in a most promising condi?
The next step was to establish thc
identity by the testimony of those who
had known the missing woman most in?
timately. The detectives, therefore, in?
stituted a search, whioh was finally suc?
cessful, for Charles Richard, her putative
husband. He had not lived with her for
some time, and had not even seen or
heard of her for months, but his recol?
lection was perfect, and he gave a very
minute statement of her distinguished
marks. He remembered that she had
persisted in wearing a pair of very heavy
ear rings, until their weight had slit one
of her eats entirely, and the other nearly
so, and that, as a consequence, both ears
had been pierced a second time, and un?
usually high up. He regretted that her
splendid array of teeth had been marred
by the loss of one upon the left side of
the mouth, aud told how a wound had
been received, whose cicatrice appeared
upon one of her limbs, stating oxactly
its locality. He dwelt with some pride
upon tho fact that she had been forced
by the unusual development to wear
stockings too large for her feet, and gave
a generul description of hair, cast of face,
height and weight that was valuable, be?
When he gave this statemont he was
not aware of the death of his wife, or of the
finding of her body, and without being
informed of either fact he was taken to
Jersey City, and suddenly confronted
with the head. The instant he saw it he
sank into a eli air in horror.
His statement having been compared
mi? J I ll I ri !?? "J'. 11 '."'HW ?'??? HM ? ' -*
, ,. IM uiypi>f.'ii^.?
with the bead end the TecordJK?tbe
had one tooth missing -on each of
the month, and this /sot having been
called to:his attefttiion.jBiohard insisted
that she-had lost brat one when he-saw
ber. bnt it waa highly probably ike
other had been forcea out in the strug?
gle which robbed her of her. life, and the
physician* for the first time making a
minuto examination, found .that the
tooth upon the right side had been
forced from its pince, but was still ad?
hering to the gum. He easily pushed it
back to its proper position, and there
was the head without a discrepancy be?
tween it and the description of Ada Ri?
The.detectives found other witnesses,
and among them' the hairdresser, who
bad acted in the capacity for Ada Ri?
chard daring many months, who in com?
mon with all the others, fully confirmed
the evidence of Charles Riobard. The
identity of the murdered woman was
therefore established beyond question.
Naturally the next step was to so've
the mystery of her death. The 'detec?
tives went to work with unusual cau?
tion, but persisted in the task they had
assigned themselves, and were slowly
gathering the Bb reds of her life, to weave
from them a thread that would load to
the author of her tragical death, when
they^uddenly "floored" to use their
own energetic confession. Ada Riobard
herself appeared at a down-town New
York hotel, in perfect health and un?
scathed in perse j.
The explanation was simple. The
whim had suddenly seized her to go to
Now Orleans, and she had gone withont
leave-taking or warniug. It was no un?
usual incident in her wandering life, and
her speedy return was due only to the
fact that she found the Southern city
only a military camp, under the iron
rule of General Butler, and therefore an
unprofitable field ?or ber.
The ghastly head became more of a
mystery than before. The baffled detec?
tives could again, only look at it help?
lessly, and send descriptions of it over
the country. At last it was stun by a
woman named Callahan, living in Bos?
ton, who was in search of a daughter
who had gone astray. Sho instant!}'
pronounced it to be tbat of her child,
and she was corroborated by all the mem?
bers of her family and several of her
neighbors. The identification was no
less specific than before, and the per?
plexed authorities, glad at last to know
something certainly, gave Mrs. Callahan
an order for the body. Before, however,
she had completed her arrangements for
its transfer to Boston, a message reached
her from the daughter, who was lying
sick in Bellevue Hospital, and so the
deed once more became a mystery. And
each it has always remained. The body
told that a female who had been delicate?
ly reared, who had fared sumptuously,
and had been arrayed in costly fabrics,
had been foully done to death, just as
she was stepping into the dawn of wo?
manhood-and that is all that is known.
Her name, her station, ber history, her
virtues, or it may be ber frailties, all
went down with her life, and were irre?
vocably lost. There is every probability
that her case will always be classed as un?
' . The Reynolds Patent Plow.
HAVING mado arrangements with Mesare.
Wm. Glazo * Co. for the manufact ure and
exclusive aale of thia justly celebrated PLOW,
we are prepared to offer them to the country
on good terme. Good toole will always be found
a good inveatment.
Feb_28 PISHEI^LOWRAKCE fe FISHER.
POUNDS FRUITS AND FLOW
100 pounda Commonwealth,
Just received, and a pure article, for sale at
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
July 20 Alo and Lager Beer Depot.
The best and cheapest Cotton I
ITS excellency consists in ita simplicity, streu
It can be hauled ou a two-horee wagon.
Three hands can pnt it up and tako it down i
Two bandB can pack 500 ponnds with easo, w
It took the First Premium over eleven Press*
Louisiana, April 15, 18C9.
It ia a Southern invention, and we have a nui
Price of Irons, complete, $140. Pri
K PRESS, in complete order, can be aeon at .
To secure a Pres?, ordere muet be tctde earl
F. A. (
Julv 16 2mo E. J. Y
ANEW combination of power, whereby
all friction is overcome. Tho aimplici
ty, economy and durability of thia PRESS
astonishes all who see it, and the more
so that a power so simple should so long
have been unappropriated. With thia
Frees, two men can do all tho packing or
pressing of a 500 pound bale iuside of eight
minutes; and it can be readily taken down
and transported, as it is Bimple and light.
We can snpply these Presses cheaper than
any yet offered to tho planter. Will send
circulars to any desiring, and wo would ad?
vise all persons wanting presses to with?
hold buying until they examine this.
Land and City Property for 8aie.
J 4 FJBST?L#3STjrTY RESIDENCES, 8 to
2."7 2d Class City Residences, C to 10 Rooms,
, on Hain street,
5. 10 " Lots, in other nerta of the city,
miles of Colombia,
from ten aerea to 1,000,
8. The Hopkins T. O. Plantation, 1,480 acree,
9. 2,422 acres, near Khigavillc, one of the best
cotton and atock plantations in tho gonn try,
10. 0 Otilar Plantations in Richland-some of
them very dos/rabte,
11. 10.000 acres in Edge?eld-several tracts,
12. Mill and Planting Property in Lexington,
13. 13,000 acres in Charleston-phosphate and
14. 2,500 acres Farming Landau? MvAei?\ar I
15. 1,700 acre? near Oreen viii Court Hon*e,
16. 6,000 " in Laurens-several tracts,
17. 2,000 .* in Kershaw, J
18. 1,000 " in Marlboro-a No. 1 placo,
If). 216 .* in York-rich in gold,
20. 7 Fine Plantations in Abbeville. .
21. 85,000 acres of Land in Florida.
Parties desiring to purchase or sell property
will find it to their interest to consult ne. "We
have correspondents in New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore, to which points we constantly
send descriptive lists of property for salo.
March fi GIBBES A THOMAR.
aCHOICE GREEN AND BLACK
10 cases Italian Maccaroni,
Young America and Cutting
Fresh Country Butti r,
Primo Leaf Lard,
Extra Family Flour-in bags and barrels,
Hecker's Solf-Raising Flour,
Bakor'a Chocolate and Cocoa,
Superior Cider ami White Wino Vinegar,
Java, Laguara and Rio Coffees,
Orange Sugar-cured Hams.
Breakfast Bacon and Country Cured Ham-,
Jeffreys' and MoEwen'a Scotch Ales,
Barclay A Perkins' London Porter,
Catawba Wine and Champagne,
Heidsiek Champagne and Claret,
All fresh, and for sale low by
June 4_E. AG. D. HOPE.
Fresh Country and Mountain BUTTER,
Pink-Eye, and Peach-Blow Planting Potatoes,
Fino Goshen CHEESE, at G. DIERCK8,
Jan 28_At the Sign of the Watch.
Important Notice to Shippers.
CnAni-OTTE, COLUMBIA ANO AUGUSTA R. R. CO.,
GENERAL FREIOHT AND TICKET AOT'S OFFICE,
COLUMBIA, H. C., AiiRust 12, 1SGU.
THE SEA-BOARD INLAND AIR LINE
FREIGHT ROUTE is again opened for
business and offers SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES
to the Merchants of Columbia and up country.
RATES-NEW YORK TO COLUMBIA.-First
Class fl.35; Second Class il.20; Third Class
. 1.10; Fourth Class 80c; Fifth Class UOc, per
iff Rates and Classifications to all other
points North, same as rta the Charleston
Tho Steamship Lines connecting with nod
funning part of tho Sea-board Inland Air Line
are es follows. BE CAREFUL AND SHIP nv ':IIESE
Boston and Norfolk Steamship Co., End of
Central Wharf, Boston-E. Sampson, Agent.
Old Dominion Steamship Co., Pier 37 North
River, New York-N. L. McCready, Pres't.; of?
fice 167 Greenwich street, corner Dey street,
Philadelphia and Norfolk Steamship Co., 14
North Delaware Avenuo, Philadelphia-W. P.
Annamessic Line, via Delaware Railroad
Depot Philadelphia. Wilmington and Balti?
more Railroad, Philadelphia.
Baltimore Steam Packet Co., (Say Linc,)
foot of Union Dock, Baltimore-R. L. Poor,
JB3~ III shipping freight for Philadelphia hp
careful to mark tho packages and note on Bill
of Lading whether it is to be forwarded by
Clvdo's Steamers, or na Annamussic Line.
For further information, address
E. R. DOR8EY.
AUK 1:1 Genoral Freight andTicket Ag't.
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta R. R.
fag M mr rWfflT'Mn PASSENGER Trains
.PP*JW4?^?W&T?*J?E*TV?11 run as follows :
Leave Augusts, at. 7.40 a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at. 1.25 p. m.
Arrive at Charlotte, N. C. 8.10 p. m.
Leave Charlotte, N. C., at.5 f.0a. m.
" Columbia, S. C., at.12.50 "
Arrive at Augusta.6.15 p. m
Through Tickets on sale for principal points
North and Sonth. Baggage checked through.
Cloeeconnections made North and Sonth.
June 23 CALEB BOU KNIGHT, Snp't.
'ress now offered to the Farmer
gth, portability, compactness, and convenience.
in an honr.
ithout a horse.
ja at the Mechanics.' and Agricultural Fair of
nberof certificat,* from the highest authority.
ce of Irons and Box, complete, $170.
Soldsmith A Kind's,
JONNER. Gwral Agent, Cokeebnrv, S. C.
R. LOWRANCE A FISHER, Colombia, S. C
(MITHA KIND. MniinfHLturers. Columbia. S C
IT MOORMAN A CO.. N< WI.MIV. S. C.
I PAGAN. Cht-iM-i. h. C.
rISS. Charleston. P C
t?? l4&EAT THROUGH ROUTE,
CABBTXKO TD?r f?tt] jk.fi O
United States Mail and Adams Expreis.
XTOBTH CAROLINA RAILROA? in direct
131 Une to Peteraburg, Richmond, l'ortstrfodth
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Yorkand Boaton.
ALSO, 7 . . , ,
To the North-west and West???]? Raleigh,
Charlotte, Columbia and Bay Lino. Thia is a
?a lo and expeditious routo for Through travel.
THBOUOH TICKETS seid at:- >' -
New Orleans, Charleston, Richmond, Mobile,
Montgomery, Columbia, Portsmonth, Macon,
Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Charlotte, Augusta,
Petersburg, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Atlanta,
Ns?? York, Greensboro, Louisville, Raleigh,
Salisbury, ABE Goon ox THIS ROUTE. St. Louis,
The North Carolina Railroad connects with
the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, Raleigh
and Gaston Railroad. Richmond and Danville
Railroad, Western North Carolina Railroad,
Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad.
The comfort of passsngers consulted-their
baggage checked through and duly cared for.
AND PALACE SLEEPING CARS
Attached. Good water; no ferry nor ticetlc
works, and the entire management of the Road
BO as to secure a Safe. Agreeable and QUICK
travel. ALBERT J0HN8ON,
April 30 imo Superintendent.
South Carolina Railroad Company,
GENERAL SUPT'S OFFICE, APRIL 9,18C9.
fS2?W?WK?fflSBS?? THE following Sche
t?WWV*?&*QEr*riwf* dulo for "Passenger
Trains will be observed from this date:
DAY 1'ASSEN" Ci Ell TI". Al N.
Leaving Columbia at.7.45 a. m.
Arriving rt Columbia at. 6.10 p.m.
WOBT EXFBESS THAIN.
Leaving Colombia at.5.50 p. m.
Arriving at Columbi? at._4.43 a. m.
THE CAMBEN TB AIN
Will continue to run tho following schedule:
(Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.)
arrive Columbia 11.00 a. m. Leave 2.20 p. m.
DAILY (SUNDAYS EXCEPTED )
Leave Camden 6.35 a; m. Ar King ville 9.20 a.m.
Lve Ringville 4.25 p. m. Ar Camdon 7.05 p.m.
Aug 17 H. T. PEAKE, General Snp't.
Spartanburg and Union Railroad.
i BBBWTJ ON and after the 8th June inst.,
V?Jjnri'ljflgPassenger Trains will leave gpar
tauburgC. H. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur?
days at 5 a. m., and arrive at Alston ll.SO a. m.
Returning same days, leave Alston at 12.30 m.;
arrive at Spartanburg Court House 7.00 p. m.,
as per following Schedule:
Loten Train. Up Train.
Miles. Arrive. Leave. Arrive. Leave.
Spartanburg 0 5.00 7.00
Paoolet.10 5.45 5.48 6.12 C.15
Jonesville.. .19 6 25 6.30 5.29 5.33
Union ville... 28 7.15 7.40 4.30 4.45
8antuc.87 8.23 8.30 3.37 3.45
8helton.48 9.23 9.25 2.36 2.40
Lvles Ford. .52 9 49 9.50 2.09 2.12
Strother.56 10.14 10.18 1.42 1.45
Alston.68 11.30 12.30
JuneS THOS. B. JETER. President.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
SUPT'S OFFICE, COLUMBIA, April 10,1669.
ffifOa-O PASSENGER Trains run
llyiSSfiEKdaUy except Surday, con
necting with Night Train on Charleston Road:
Lvo Columbia 7.00 am Lve Greenville 6.00 am
.? Alston 8.55 M "'Andereon 6.45
.? Newberry 10.35 ?. ?? Abbeville 8.45 ??
Arr Abbeville 3.30 pm " Newberry 1.25pm
.?Anderson 5.15 *. .? Alston 3.00
"Greenville 6.00 .. Arr Columbia 5.00 pm
Trains on Blue Ridge Railroad rnn as follows:
Lvo Anderson 5.20 pm Lve Walhalla 4.00 am
" Pondleton 6.20 M .? Pendleton 5.40 "
Arr Walhalla 8.00 ?. Arr Anderson 6.40 ??
The train will return from Belton to Ander?
son on Mouday and Fridav mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH, General Sup't.
Office North Carolina Railroad Co..
CS?? HTT E3?5SB?r*-": THEfollowing is the
WKWoBcMttSjBI schedule for Passen?
ger Trains over thiB road:
Leave Charlotte.. .8.20 p m Arrive. .5.45 p m
" Greensboro 1.55 a m and 11.45 p m
" Raleigh 6.50 a. m. and 6.20 p. m.
Arrive Goldsboro 10.20 a m Leave. .2.20 p m
Through Passengers by this linehave choice
of routes cia Greensboro and Danville to Rich?
mond, or ri? Raleigh and Weldon to Richmond
orPortemouth; arriving at all points North ot
Richmond at same time hy either route. Con
j nection made at Goldsboro with Passenger
j Trains on Wilmington and Weldon Railroad to
and from Wi alington, and Freight Train to
I Waldon. A!9C to Ncwhern. on A. A N. C. R.
, _ THE following is tho
LJ? ngr m PJSE?rliSrr. Kchedu le o ver t h e N c- w
! ?^liBtMs^B^Safe-'SHORT LINE. Con?
nections sure to all points North. South. West,
i Going North. | ? Going South.
j Leave 7.40 am Augusta Arrive 6.15 pm
! " 1.25 pm Columbia '. 12 50 pm
j " 8.25 pm Charlotte " 5.50 am
I " 1.30 am I Greensboro " 12.15 am
" 11.15 am I Richmond ?? 2.45 pm
" 9.00pm I Washington ?. 7.00 am
" 10 45 pm j Baltimore .? 5.OS am
" 2 35 am Philadelphia " 12 50 am
Arrive6.19 am I New York l.eavo 9.20 pm
Tickets by this route aro OPTIONAL-either
rta Danville and Richmond, Weldon and Rich?
mond, or Weldon and Old Bav Line- good until
used. For Tickets to all principal points North
South or West, apply at Ticket O?ice, foot of
Blending street, or for other information to
C. BOCKNIGHT, Superintendent,
Or E. R. DOBSEY. Pen. Freight and Ticket Agt.
Laurent Railroad-New ScheduleT
MWUPfBJ MAIL Trains on this Road run to
M Wfretnrn same day, to connect with
tip and down Trains on Greenville andColum
Y,\?*1Ii?*dt at HeleD?; leaving Laurena at 5
A. M., Tuesdays, Thnrsdave ?nd Satnrdeys
und leaving Helena at 1.30 P. M. same days.
July 9 J. S. BOWERS, Superintendent
THE PRESSES are now being
manufactured at the PALMET?
TO ir.ON WORKS, and will he
eet up on MONDAY or TUES?
DAY next for exhibition. All aro
assured that as between this and
auy other there is no argument
as to its merits over all othere.
With the irons, anv ordinary
workman can put them np. The
patentee is here for a few days,
and will take pleasure in ex?
plaining its merits.
SHIELDS A GLAZE.
Aug 20 imo
' ?REPAR?D BT VTA ?KER%-J5 YA NS <6 (
THE OLD GARO
. ; A SOUTHERN 1
AND a moat valuable and reliable Tonic, eqn
ket, and at much lesa price. Curen Dyspe]
without doubt the beat Tonio Bittens in noe. ' Fi
SCHEDULE OF PRICES OP Tl
1 doz. and leas than 12 doz.$8 00 per doz.
50 doz. and upwards.*7.00 per ?or.:
Proprietors and Manufacturers <
And direct importers o
Aug 1 ly
"W J3L 2
MINING AND MAN
Factory East end Hasel street. Mince on A
\?J anclo DE'er
For sale by
Aug 1 ly W. C. DUK
J3L. O. TS A TJFMAJff,
Broker, Auctioneer and Com. Agent,
No. 25 BBOAD STBEET, CHABLEBTON, 8. C.,
WILE BUY AND BELL HEAT. ESTATE,
BONDS, STOCKS, BANK BILLS, Ac.
REFEBENCTS.- EX-GOT. B. F. Perry, Green?
ville, 8. C.; Charlee T. Lowndes, Lesesne A
Miles, Charleston, S. C.; W. W. Taylor, Balti?
more, Md.; Maj. C. H. Subor, Newberry.S. C.;
Gen. T. M. Logan, Richmond, Ya.; Hon. J. B.
Campbell, W. B. Smith A Co., Crane, Boyl
ston A Co., Pelzer. Rodgf rs A Co.. Pressley,
Lord A Inglesbv, J. H. Wilson, Charleston,
j$W N. B.-Business entrusted to him will
meet with prompt attention and faithful exe
cutten._AUR 1 ly
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
Nea. 10,12,14 Fendt?? Range, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Dealers in all kinds of
Hideo, Wool, Skins, Furs, Ac. Have con?
stantly on hand a large assortment of Hides
and Skins. Tanners will do well to call upon
us before purchasing.
MOSES GOLBKMITH. ABRAHAM A. GOLDSMITH.
HENRY BISCHOFF & GO.,
AND Dealers in Wines, Liquors, Se?
ars, Tobhcco, Ac, 197 East Bav,
harlcston, 8. C. H. BISCHOFF,
C. \t LLBERN.
_Aug l_ly_J. H. PIEPER.
D. P.PL?M1NG & Co.
Wholesale Dealers in
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
N*^*\ No. 2 Hayne street, corner
?J ifrfc. Church,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
D. F. FLEMING,
SAMT. A. NELSON,
Aug 1 ly JAMES M. WILSON.
The Sulphuric Aoid and Super-Phosr.
HAVING completed their extensive Manu!
Fertilizers, no other kiuda being availab
This Compauy, under the direction entirely c
ducements which will recommend it to Sou
largest and most complete in the United Stat
abundant supply of the proper solvent for the.l
arc near by. From these Phosphates they p
in soluble Phosphate than those made from ra\
quantity of Super-Phosphate of Lime found in i
sale, the rates at which wo offer them being no
tilizers, while thc Manures contain twice as mi
cheaper to the consumer. They are offered on
that thc material lu each will c?rrespa
ETIWAN, No. 1_8oluble Phosphal
Puro Solublo Phosphate of Lime, andi
ETIWAN, No. 2.-Peruvian Super-P?
Soluble Phosphate, and two to four per^pPJt. of
proved acceptances, bearing interest, or snch o
agents Orders to bo forwarded immediately t<
and after 1st January next.
G. G. MEMMINOER, President.
*S~ Tho Fertilizers of this Company will bo b
Agents fur Exton'* Premium Trenton Cracker*.
W. H. CHAPEE & CO.,
/ej3a 207 East Bay, Charleston, 8. C.
HB M Agents for P. Ballantine A Sona'
WM. H. CH AKEK. TH08. S. O'BRIEN.
K. ll. 8TODDABD. CALEB FBONEBEBOER.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
^f\. WHOLESALE DEALERS in
Boots, Shoos and Trunks, at
^*-^i^a^M;inafaeturers' prices, 1G5 Meet?
ing street, nearly opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. 8. C._ _Aug 1 ly
EDWIN BA TES & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
O XJ O T H I NO,
122 and 124 Meeting street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. C. SELMAN,
Ans 1 Iv THOS. R. McGAHAN. _
CHARLES KERRISON, Jr.
DEALER in Hardware, Cutlery,
Guns, Agricultural Impb-uieuts,
wmJite., 249 Kine street., Charleston,
S. c. An assortment of House-keeping Hard
ward ot' hind. AUK 1 ly
W. H. CORIE'S LATEST PATENT.
At New York Rates,
Constantly on hand and made to order.
TOYS! TRIMMINGS ! ! FANCY GOODS!!!
MUSICAL Instruments, Stationery,
Base Balls, Firo-works, Ac. Stamping,
[Embroidery and Braiding neatly exe?
cuted, from latest designs, at
WM. MCLEAN'S. 433 King St..
Aug 1 ly Charleston, S. C.
g .a jul, i m EBB J
COGSWELL, A'?>VERT?B?NG AGENTS.
: MAMJFACTl'RES. .
PREPARATION ; '
al, ir not superior, to.any BUl^'rVfuitb? mar
ima, Loss of Appetite, chills and Forer, and ia
jr salo by Druggista and Grocers everywhere.
IE OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
12 doz. and ICBS than 50 doz... .-.F*7.50 per doz.
, "WINEMAN k CO.,
)f thc Celebrated Caroliua Hi ?ern, . ,
f choice European Drugs Rad Chemicals,
No. 28 Hayne street, Charleston, 8. C.
sr T> o ! ~~
UF ACTURIN& GO.
TON, S. C.
Y RIVER BONE PHOSPHATE.
COPELAND A BEARDEN, Colombia.
ES & CO., General Agenta, Charleston, 8. C.
FOB PALATKA, FLORIDA,
Via Savannah, Fernandina, Jacksonville and
Landings on the 8t. John's Uiver.
_ THE ELEGANT
jMt-^CrN.^. and FIR8T CLASS
*^Tiafc??-3?\ STEAMER DICTA
^^NKK^IB^nV^> M?NfeLT^U'n ^1
U**t3rtgr*. fflaLrf*"^ from Charl'oston every
?I ? tkf" TW Wh Ml I it TUESDAY EVEN?
ING, at 9 o'clock, for above points, connecting
with Central Railroad, at Savannah, for Mo
I bile and New Orleana, with Florida Railroad,
at Fernandina, for Cedar Keya, at which point
Steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile,
Pensacola, Key West and Havana. Through
Bills Lading signed to Now Orleans, Mobile
and Pensacola. J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
_ Sonth Atlantic Wharf, Charleston.
HENEY COBIA & CO.,
IG Vendue Range,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
Keep constantly on hand a full aas ort ment
ZOGBAUM, YOUNG & CO.;
______ IMPORTERS and Dealera in
p?^F*P^^ Musical Instrumenta. Strings,
IIS I i ike. Ac. Agenta of Steinway A
Son's and J. B. Dunham's Pianos, Gui hart A
Needham's Melodeona, Tilton's Patent Guitar.
191 King Street, Charleston, B. C."
FERDINAND ZOGBAUM, New York; HEN?
RY YOUNG, C. L. McCLENAHAN, Charlea
ton, 8. C._Aug 1 ly
La Valentina Segar Factory,
No. 118 East Bay Street,
HAVE for aale the choicest brands of Poro
Havana Segara. Also, good domeatio
Segara, at low prices.
ALFRED A. BARBOT, Agent,
1 Aug 1 ly Charleston, 8. C.
?hate Company, of Charleston, S. G.,
factory, are now prepared to furniah Soluble
le to planters for immediato returns for their
>f Southern men of high character, offers in
thorn plantera. Their worka are among the
ca, and enable them to prepare at home an
South Carolina native Bone Phosphaten which
repose to manufacture a Fertilizer even richer
v bones, and containing more than twico the
tho best avorage Manures heretofore offered for
higher than tho average prico of other Fer?
rell fertilizing material; they are iu fact much
the market in two forms, with a guarantee
Ruing from eightoon to twenty-five per cent, of
i at sixty dollars per ton.
, containing from sixteen to tweuty per cent, of
Ammonia, at seventy dollars per ton; for an?
ther security aa may be acceptable to the aub
3 the Agents, and delivery made aa directed on
WM. C. BEE A CO., Agents.
randed ETIWAN, No. I, and ETIWAN, No. 2.
A Userai Invention.
HOUSE-KEEPERS who do their own cook?
ing with Kerosene or Gae Stoves, have,
heretofore, felt the want of a perfect Baking
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER
attached to their Stoves, will bake Bread,
Biscuit, Pica, Ac., and roast Poultry, Beef,
Potatoea, Ac, to perfection. A full supply of
Keroaene and Gaa Stoves, of the beat kinda,
together with Utensils for every purpose, for
aale, at wholeaale and retail, by
J. B. DUVAL A SONS, Charleston, 8. C.,
Aug 1 ly_Agenta for the Patentees.
"Eason Iron Works,"
CHARLESTON, S. C.
?i , STEAM ENGINES, Machine?
ra T and Castings.
atEggBj_J. M. EASON A BRO.
MOSES GOLDSMITH ft SON,
Nos. i, tl and 8 Vendue Hange, Charleston, S. C.
WHOLESALE Doalere in Iron, Metals,
Rags, and all kinda of Paper Stock.
Highest cash prices paid for the above.
MOSES GOLDSMITH. ADItAlIAM A. GOLDSMITH.
TUGS. J. KEim. HERMANN" DULWINKLE.
T. J. KERR &00.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Kerr's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
WILL attend to the sales of all kinds of
Produce and Purchase of Merchandize.
Dealers in No. 1 Peruvian Guano and other
Fertilizers._Aug 1 ly
0 har leaton Dental Depot,
275 KING STREET.
?K)LD and Tin Foil, Amalgam Mineral
Teeth, Steel Goode, and every article used by
the Dentiat. Aug 1 ly
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL,
STATIONERS and Printora, ard dealera in
Printers' Materials, Broad street, Charlcs
on, S. C. Aug 1 ly